Launched between the time period of 1931 and 1936, the Renault Monaquatre was a sleek and compact small car from the automaker of Renault that belongs to the Type UY1. Assembled and made at the plants of Billancourt of France, Île Seguin of France, Haren-Vilvoorde of Belgium, the car is loaded with traditional frontal engine and rear wheel driving features and configuration which was also powered by the four cylinder engine of water cooling facility. The design for the car was done by Louis Renault with technologically advanced chassis and body structure such as 2-door coupe, 4-door sedan to make it a compact and small family car in FR layout. The engine used in this car was 1289 cc or 1463 cc or 2120 cc along with 3 speed manual transmission to make it more powerful.
The measurement of the car was calculated to Length 3,900 mm (153.5 in) x Width 1,570 mm (61.8 in) with curb weight of 900–950 kg and wheelbase of 2,650 mm (104.3 in). The predecessor of the Renault Monaquatre that was popular as a family car was the Renault Monasix whereas the Monaquartre was replaced and succeeded by Renault Celtaquatre after the production was reduced in the year of 1936.
Quite similar in design with the Renault Primaquatre, this car was also a medium sized solution that had participated in the Paris Motor Show in the year of 1932. To improve its performance in the Type YN1 version, the engine was modified from 1289cc to a higher value of 1463 cc.